Paralympian awarded $9M after U of Regina found negligent in swimming accident
The University of Regina has been deemed negligent by a jury in a June 2005 accident that left Mianda Biletski a quadriplegic. Biletski and the Piranhas Swim Club were deemed not at fault in the same accident.
10/21/2017 - 10:29 AM
Remai reviews are in: See what people think of Saskatoon's 'ambitious' new art museum
So was it worth the wait? First-time visitors to the Remai Modern art museum weigh in.
10/21/2017 - 12:58 PM
Trudeau reluctant to reveal too much on Quebec's face-covering law: Aaron Wherry
Over the course of three days this week, the prime minister was poked and prodded for a position on Quebec's Bill 62. Here's a look at his options should he choose to oppose the law.
10/21/2017 - 05:00 AM
4 charged following duelling demonstrations in Toronto
Four people have been charged after two groups of demonstrators faced off against each other amid a heavy police presence at Nathan Phillips Square.
10/21/2017 - 05:05 PM
'I'll never stop fighting' says Kitchener Rohingya man after 2-week stint in Bangladesh camps
Ahmed Ullah says the experience was a horrifying nightmare, far worse than the 15 years he spent in refugee camps before moving to Canada in 2009.
10/21/2017 - 07:42 PM
Long-term future of Bombardier's other commercial aircraft unclear, analysts say
Bombardier's strategic C Series partnership with Airbus should put it on stronger financial footing but it remains unclear what fate awaits its other commercial aircraft.
10/21/2017 - 11:46 AM
High Arctic man of mystery: Special constable identified in minutes on social media
How social media helped solve the identity of this 'unknown' special constable from vintage photo.
10/21/2017 - 12:00 PM
Ontario hands over last piece of land for Rouge National Urban Park, but skeptics remain
More than three decades of work by environmentalists, activists and local politicians culminated Saturday with a major transfer of provincial land to complete the nearly 80-square kilometre Rouge National Urban Park in east Toronto.
10/21/2017 - 04:56 PM
'No negligence was involved' after 33-cm plate left inside surgery patient, says report
The complaints commissioner at the Centre hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal (CHUM) has ruled that an incident where a 33-centimetre metal plate was left in the abdomen of a cancer patient was not caused by negligence on the part of staff.
10/21/2017 - 01:21 PM
Adam Boland, St. John's Curling Club set for biggest curling season in a decade
Brad Gushue winning the Brier means two things for curling in Newfoundland and Labrador this season: a spike in interest and an open spot for the men's title.
10/21/2017 - 09:35 AM
How Quebec's face-covering ban stacks up to laws elsewhere around the globe
Quebec is not the only place in the world to restrict face coverings in the public sphere, as a debate over religious accommodation and religious attire is raging across Europe.
10/21/2017 - 06:00 AM
8-year-old boy flagged as security threat takes the fight to clear his name to Ottawa
Two years after he was stopped on his way to a hockey game and flagged as a possible security threat, Adam Ahmed’s fight to clear his name and that of hundreds of others is heading to Parliament Hill.
10/21/2017 - 07:00 AM
Breaking down the boot boom: Why are Blundstones so popular?
Blundstone boots have exploded in popularity across the country in the past five years, but just how popular are they, and why?
10/21/2017 - 05:30 AM
Senate delay on sex assault training for judges bill 'makes my blood boil': Ambrose
In the wake of Harvey Weinstein’s meteoric downfall over sexual misconduct allegations and the rise of the #metoo campaign, former interim leader Rona Ambrose said it’s frustrating the Senate still hasn’t passed her bill mandating sexual assault training for judges.
10/21/2017 - 05:00 AM
Trudeau says federal government will 'look carefully' at implications of Bill 62
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Ottawa is looking into the implications of Quebec's Bill 62, which would require Muslim women wearing a niqab or burka and anyone else using public services to uncover their faces.
10/20/2017 - 02:28 PM
Gord Downie's brothers open up about his childhood and legacy
In an intimate interview with the q's Tom Power, Mike and Patrick Downie share memories of their childhood with the Tragically Hip singer and their hope to carry on his work toward reconciliation.
10/21/2017 - 08:41 AM
MMIWG inquiry leaves Manitoba families wanting more
After five days of hearings, the stories of at least 50 missing or murdered Indigenous women and girls were heard by the national inquiry in Winnipeg.
10/20/2017 - 07:29 PM
Black people awaiting trial in Ontario jails spend longer in custody than white people
Black people in Canada's most populous province spent longer behind bars awaiting trial than white people charged with many of the same categories of crimes in each of the past five years, according to data obtained by Reuters.
10/20/2017 - 05:55 PM
Putin brands Canada's adoption of new Magnitsky Act as political gamesmanship
Russian President Vladimir Putin is accusing Canada of playing "unconstructive political games" by passing its own Magnitsky law this week.
10/20/2017 - 01:38 PM
Supreme Court, CRA express concern about cellphone trackers after CBC story: documents
The Supreme Court of Canada and a senior executive with the Canada Revenue Agency anxiously reached out to Canada's communications spy agency for help after a CBC story revealed cellphone tracking technology was being used near Parliament Hill.
10/20/2017 - 05:00 AM
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